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Slides from the May 7, 2009 presentation organized by the BBB of Greater Arizona. The event was held at AIR Marketing.

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    Harness The Power Of Social Marketing Bbb97 Harness The Power Of Social Marketing Bbb97 Presentation Transcript

    • Harness the Power of Social Marketing BBB Luncheon May 7, 2009
    • Our goal today
      • Review Social Media and understand how to:
        • set goals
        • assess return on effort
      • Overview of how consumers are using social media
      • Social technologies tour
      • Case studies
    • What is Social Media
      • Connections/communication forum
        • Consumer to consumer
        • Consumer to brand/company
      • Connections and relationships developed in a new medium
        • Blogs, social networks, photo/video sharing etc.
        • Conversations, seminars, broadcasts, entertainment, advertisement, work all rolled into one
    • Blogs White Label Social Networks Wiki’s eMails Social Networks
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    • How to use Social Media
    • Social Media Integration
      • Assess needs and capabilities
        • People, technology
      • Define objectives and goals
        • Awareness, conversion
      • Develop and execute strategy
      • Measure results
    • Defining Objectives
      • Listen
        • Who is talking and what are they talking about
      • Speak
        • Join the conversation through:
          • Blogs, social networks, video/photo sharing, wiki’s etc.
      • Connect
        • Encourage target audience to join your conversation
          • Viral videos, interactive contests etc.
      • Invigorate
        • Converting existing customers into fans
    • Examples of Objectives
      • Integration into Sales:
        • Lead generation
        • Data collection
        • Sales support
        • After sales support
      • R&D (Real time focus group)
      • Drive SEO
    • What it takes to succeed
      • Commitment and perseverance
      • Sufficient resources
    • Consumers
    • How are consumers using social media
      • Post articles on blogs
      • Post comments, reviews, votes etc.
      • Read others opinions, thoughts
      • Watch user generated videos
      • Share bookmarks, news stories
    • What Consumers Do Online Source: Forrester Research
    • It's Reached a Tipping Point
      • 60% of Americans interact with companies on a social media website
      • One in four interact more than once per week
      • 93% of Americans believe a company should have a presence in social media
      • 85% believe a company should also interact with its consumers via social media
      • Boston consulting firm Cone, Boston Globe, September 25, 2008
    • Technologies Tour
    • Social Technologies
      • Blogs, Podcasts and vLogs
      • Social Networks/Virtual Worlds
      • Social Bookmarking Tools (Digg, StumbleUpon)
      • Collaboration Tools (Wikis, Google Docs)
      • Video / Photo Sharing
      • Micro blogging: Twitter (text), Seesmic (video)
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    • Evaluating the Technology
      • Does it facilitate and improve greater and more varied communication
      • Ease of use
      • Allows interaction without your intervention
      • Sustainable user generated content creation
    • Case Studies
    • Case Studies
      • Full Social Engagement: Wiggly Wigglers
      • Blogosphere: Stormhoek Winery (in South Africa)
    • Wiggly Wigglers
      • Sells compost worm kits in the UK, started in 1995
      • Based in a town with less than 70 people
      • Target audience: farmers
      • Less than 25,000 farmers in the UK
      • Deployed podcasts, blog posts and social networking
        • Sources:
        • http://money.cnn.com/2008/03/17/smbusiness/Facebook_marketing.fsb/index.htm
        • http://flooringtheconsumer.blogspot.com/2008/04/blogher-business-2008-hats-off-to.html
    • Worm Success
      • Now a multi-million dollar company
      • Growing robustly at 10% per year
      • Growth attributed to a combination of Podcasts, Blog posts and social networking
      • Now even has a developed a thriving catalog business
    • Stormhoek
      • Winery in South Africa
        • UK, France and Ireland as its major export market
      • Deployed primarily a blogging strategy
      • Hired UK Blogger/Cartoonist Hugh Macleod
        • 10,000 visitors a day with approximately 2000 subscribers to his RSS feed
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    • Why the blogging worked
      • Hugh blogged aggressively:
        • “ Geek Dinners” – off beat cartoons and wine
        • Sent 100 wine samples to bloggers in its target market
        • Asked them to write about it if they wanted
        • Dropped hints on his blog about the brand
      • Result of blogger outreach:
        • 75% of the bloggers who received free wine wrote posts about the brand
      • The Result:
        • In two years the winery went from selling 40,000 cases/year to 40,000 case/week *
      • *Source: MarketingWeb.Com (SA's Online Marketing Magazine)
    • Conclusion
    • The Social You
      • Understand how your customers are interacting with Social Media
        • Do your customers have blogs?
        • Do they read reviews from others?
        • How much do they participate in social networks
        • Which ones do they use?
      • Determine your abilities (in house or acquired)
      • Evaluate your commitment
      • Devise a unique strategy to meet clear marketing and sales objectives
    • Homework
      • If you don't use Twitter – open a Twitter account
      • Find some followers
        • Don't forget to follow me: Twitter.com/Shailesh
      • Engage and learn
      • Entire slideshow is now on Slideshare.Net
        • http://www.slideshare.net/sghimire
    • AIR 2.0
      • AIR Blogging
        • AirMarketing.Com/Blog
      • AIR Social Network
        • AirMarketing.Ning.com
      • Facebook and Flickr
    • Questions Shailesh Ghimire (480) 748-2694 [email_address] AirMarketing.Com/Blog